Re: Hooks and drilling holes
IF and I repeat IF you follow the instructions for installation and removal there is nothing left on the surface and no damage. If you don't follow instructions, you can mar the surface. I know all this because I didn't follow instructions at first. I went to Canadian Tire and got another hook and read the instructions and from then on it was a snap to install and remove. I've repositioned several because I didn't take enough care making sure they were square and level ( which the Old Bag pointed out ).
There is a tab on the adhesive strip ( hidden by the hook ). You pull that straight down, never toward you. The adhesive strip stretches to about 8 inches as it releases and then whacks you on the fingers. You might want to shield your fingers with your other hand. But, again, read the instructions and save them for later removal.
2009 Escape 17B "Toad"
2008 Toyota RAV4 V6 Sport
North Vancouver, British Columbia
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